We all know the tagline which has become synonymous with campaign commercials: I approve this message. For all the money spent on these staples of election season, do they influence your voting decision or simply annoy you enough to change the channel? Join the conversation and cast your vote in this KCPT SquareOff.
Amid heightened concerns over the shooting of police officers around the country, a Kansas City, KS police captain is killed this week while pursuing a suspect in a drive-by shooting. The death of Captain Robert “Dave” Melton comes just ten weeks after another member of the KCK police department was killed while pursuing a suspect. ...Continue Reading
This weekend, Create’s lifestyle pros tackle summer-inspired recipes. Join Annabel Langbein, Pete Evans, Rick Bayless, Joanne Weir, P. Allen Smith and others as they help prepare you for backyard cook-outs, country picnics and beachside clambakes. The varied menu includes: grilled soft-shell crabs, spit-roasted lamb, smoked duck with grits, sesame beef hamburgers, tomatillo tart, blueberry frozen ...Continue Reading
Last night on Charlie Rose, guest Hilary Clinton discussed racial violence, Donald Trump, foreign policy, extremism, and income inequality. In this clip, she talks about how she would fight income inequality. “We’ve got to get the tax system where the money is.” Watch the full interview at the Charlie Rose website.
On this special edition of PBS NewsHour Weekend, in one week two black men killed by police and five Dallas officers were gunned down. Mourning the losses and demanding justice — voices are raised across the country. How can we find common ground? Alison Stewart anchors this one-hour special “America in Black and Blue” from ...Continue Reading
Michael Pollan explores a cure for today’s industrially driven Western diet in In Defense of Food. In this clip, he demonstrates how difficult it can be to tell the difference between foods that are healthy and those that just claim to be.